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Russian Federation registers 9 ceasefire breaches in Syria in past 24 hours


US -backed forces in Syria's eastern Deir el-Zour province say Russian forces struck their position in a field recently captured from Islamic State militants. Aircraft of the Russian Air Force task group in Syria carried out 10 attacks over the past 24 hours on terrorist facilities in the Syrian northwestern province of Idlib with all targets located far from residential areas, Defense Ministry spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov said on Tuesday. Read More »

Fulton County Announces October Deadline For Voter Registration


On a local level, the League of Women Voters will set up shop throughout the region to register voters and inform them about the process. The league kicked off a registration event Monday at Ozarks Technical College. The voter registration deadline for this fall's election is October 17. Fulton County residents can request a voter registration application form at the South Service Center. Read More »

Spain's Attorney General: Catalan President May Face Arrest


Speaking days after Spanish police arrested 14 Catalan officials , seized nearly 10m ballot papers and chartered ferries to accommodate the thousands of extra police officers who are being sent to Catalonia to stop the referendum, Maza rejected suggestions that the government was being heavy-handed. Read More »

Twitter rushes to update policy after Trump's latest North Korea tweet


His continual references to Kim Jong-un as Little Rocket Man, and his suggestion that the leader and Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho "won't be around much longer" and that the USA may have "no choice but to totally destroy" North Korea has been seen by the Asian country as "a clear declaration of war" . Read More »

Man who allegedly shot ex-girlfriend's mom in Limerick found dead

Authorities say 30-year-old Greg Feldman's body was found Monday night in Schuylkill Township, inside his parked vehicle. Authorities said she was shot once in the neck and the chest. Feldman allegedly shot Amy Hermann twice and the gun misfired several more times. "We could use some tips and help from the public so we are offering a $1,000 reward for any tips that would lead to his apprehension", Kate Delano, director of communications for the district attorney's office said on Monday. Read More »

Bengaluru Group Selfie Of Students Shows One Of Them Drowning


One of the college students was looking at the selfies again and pointed out in one of the pictures that he was drowning. One of the boy in the group who was going through the videos on his mobile phone and noticed Vishwas drowning in the tank and immediately informed NCC chief and other firneds. Read More »

Baghdad orders Kurdistan region to hand over borders, ports


So far, 136 global observing teams, 142 worldwide media outlets, and 35 worldwide individual observers have taken part in this process, Sherwan Zrar, the spokesperson of Kurdistan's Independent High Referendum and Electoral Commission (IHREC) told Rudaw on Saturday. Read More »

Canadian groom saves drowning boy on wedding day


Photographer Darren Hatt managed to capture the moment the quick-thinking groom saved the boy. Two other children told the couple that they had pushed the boy in while they were playing. 'That's Clay. That's Clay to me, ' she added, 'That doesn't even surprise me that that happened. Mr Hatt, who captured the whole dramatic incident, photos posted on his Facebook page showing Mr Cook, almost waist-up in water, pulling the soaked boy to safety. Read More »

Woman mauled to death in Greece may have been attacked by wolves


Celia Hollingworth, from Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire was reported missing on Thursday after visiting an archaeological site near Maroneia. The 62-year-old was a key player in protesting against plans for a 15-metre high mobile phone mast in Bradford on Avon and she also fundraised for Syrian refugees. Read More »

Twitter tries to explain why Trump's posts aren't like others


Trump posted a tweet in response to a speech by North Korea's Ri Yong-ho at the United Nations on Sunday, indicating that if the foreign minister "echoed" the thoughts of Kim Jong-un, the two men "won't be around for much longer". Accounts violating that rule may be subject to a temporary or permanent suspension, Twitter warns . 1/6 We hold all accounts to the same Rules, and consider a number of factors when assessing whether Tweets violate our Rules 2/6 Among the considerations is " ... Read More »

Philippine presidential guard shot dead, Duterte not nearby


One Philippine presidential guard was killed in a shooting incident near the residence of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, as reported by Reuters news agency. Another palace official, who asked not to be named, said that Mr Duterte was not there at the time. He was due to attend some events in Manila on Tuesday evening. Read More »

N.Korea moving airplanes, boosting defense after United States bomber flight

Rep. Lee Cheol-woo, the chief of the parliamentary intelligence committee, speaks to members of the media at the National Assembly in Seoul on Tuesday. "These words were uttered by the incumbent president of the United States, therefore it is a clear declaration of war". North Korea must choose to stop isolating itself and stand down its nuclear weapons program, the colonel added. Read More »

Voices Of Reason: European Ambassadors To US Back Iran Nuclear Deal

It is apparent that USA power and influence under Trump is diminishing while Iran's role and position is gradually improving. Many, like Trump , have made opposition to the agreement a campaign issue. With "80 million people, you can't just wish it away", he said. However, the USA is no longer in a position to easily mobilize the world against Iran, as it did under the previous chief executive, Barack Obama. Read More »

The White House Is Not Done Saying Horrible Things About NFL Protesters


Earlier this month, North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test. Ri said Pyongyang is considering conducting an atmospheric hydrogen bomb test - a more complex and hard feat than the most recent underground tests. The US and North Korea have been engaged in a heated exchange in the face of recent missile and nuclear tests by North Korea, and the US on Friday had expanded its sanctions regime against Pyongyang in a bid to cut off global banking and trade. Read More »

Trump Bluntly Confronts Appeasement Foreign Policy on Iran, NKorea


A TV grab taken September 23, 2017, from Iranian Republic Islamic Broadcasting shows a Khoramshahr missile being launched from an undisclosed location, a day after the missile was first displayed at a military parade in Tehran . "We will increase our military strength", he said. On Thursday, Rouhani said its nuclear accord with world powers could not be renegotiated, after the Donald Trump administration warned it was weighing whether the deal signed by its predecessor served U.S. Read More »

Oxford student who stabbed boyfriend gets suspended sentence


Woodward, an aspiring heart surgeon, studying at Christ Church, Oxford. Judge Ian Pringle QC, sitting at Oxford crown court, sentenced Woodward to 10 months in prison suspended for 18 months. @anttmcdermottx said: 'If Lavinia Woodward wasn't a privileged white girl she would be in prison by now. you can ignore the facts but it's true '. Read More »

Juventus President Andrea Agnelli Banned Over Ticket Scalping Scandal


Agnelli was accused of helping to sell tickets - later resold at a huge profit - to " ultras " fans, some with alleged links to organised crime. "We were hoping that the President would be cleared, so obviously the sentence disappoints us, even though the charges were revised", Franco Coppi, Agenlli's lawyer said after the ruling. Read More »

Over 57000 flee home as volcano may erupt in Bali


He said more than 560 volcanic earthquakes were recorded on Monday, a lot of them shallow. Waskita Sutadewa, spokesman for the disaster mitigation agency in Bali, said people have scattered to all corners of the island and some have crossed to the neighboring island of Lombok. Read More »

Non-Muslim Countries in Trump's New Travel Ban


The new travel restrictions went into effect immediately for those subject to the two earlier travel bans , and take effect October 18 for those added into Sunday's proclamation . Restrictions or additional vetting were added for four new countries found not to meet the new standards, including Chad , North Korea and Venezuela and Iraq - which is a special case, according to a senior government official. Read More »

Iran tests new missile defying US warnings


On Tuesday, President Donald Trump accused Iran at the U.N. General Assembly of building "dangerous" missiles and exporting violence to Yemen, Syria and other parts of the Middle East. If he decides that it is not, that could open the way for United States lawmakers to reimpose sanctions, leading to the potential collapse of the agreement. Read More »

Iran tests new missile defying USA warnings


Rouhani spoke during a military parade on Friday commemorating the 1980s Iran-Iraq war, the Associated Press reported. At a speech to the UN General Assembly this week, US President Trump described the deal as an "embarrassment". Trump persistently chided foreign leaders for doing too little to fight terrorism, to cut off North Korea financially, to share the weight of global leadership. Read More »

Iran successfully test-fires new ballistic missile


State TV said the Khorramshahr missile is the country's third to have a range of 1,200 miles (2,000km). "The ballistic missile which Iran fired is a provocation of the United States and its allies, including Israel", the Israeli defense minister said. Read More »

Hundreds descend on Labour party conference in anti-Brexit protest


A Brexit transitional period under Labour could last up to four years, the Shadow Brexit Secretary has told LBC. Such proposals will no doubt go down well with some voters, however the defining political issue of our time - Brexit - is the one that is arguably the most problematic for Labour given the sharp differences of opinion that exist between the leadership and some of the party's high-profile MPs. Read More »

West Bank settlement: 3 Israelis murdered in shooting, stabbing attack

Police later said the Palestinian had died of his wounds. Magen David Adom ambulance crews were quickly on the scene to treaty the wounded who included a critically injured 32 year-old man who has been taken to hospital. It is not now known if the assailant belonged to a terrorist organization, but Hamas has praised the attack and called for others to carry out similar ones. Read More »

US President Trump Issues New Travel Ban On Eight Countries


The objective of the limited and suspended travel restrictions are to "protect its citizens from terrorist attacks and other public-safety threats", according to the White House Presidential Proclamation . That could range from a complete ban to more stringent screening measures for citizens of countries that haven't complied with new US benchmarks. Read More »

Trump's tweets are 'newsworthy', will stay


The threat of nuclear war apparently was enough to spur some folks into reporting the tweet as abusive or harmful - a process which takes less than a minute via a series of questions provided by Twitter . Twitter has been subject to continued criticism over how it handles tweets from the president that some consider offensive. Twitter reserved the right under its existing policy to remove content and disable accounts that posted violent threats or harassment, and ever since Mr Trump began ... Read More »

IT Movie Sequel Gets A Release Date


It was also confirmed that the young cast of the first film will reprise their roles in the sequel. It part two will be hitting the big screen in the U.S. Since its debut earlier this month, the film adaptation of Stephen Kings book has shattered numerous records, including becoming the top-grossing horror film of all time. Read More »

Rockets to US 'inevitable': North Korea


Given the fact that these words come from the head of state, he said, they are "clearly a declaration of war". He said all United Nations members and the world "should clearly remember that it was the US who first declared war on our country". Read More »